The time it takes to design a balcony after sb721 and SB326 can vary depending on several factors, such as the size and complexity of the balcony, the materials to be used, and the design requirements and regulations that need to be met.
On average, it can take anywhere from a few days to several weeks to design a balcony, depending on the complexity of the project. Simple balcony designs that are straightforward in terms of size, materials, and requirements can be designed relatively quickly, while more complex balconies that require custom design work, intricate detailing, and specialized engineering may take longer to design.
Additionally, the design process can be impacted by other factors, such as the availability of design professionals, the availability of materials, and the approval process for building permits.
It is important to work closely with a professional architect or engineer to design a safe and functional balcony that meets all of your needs and requirements, as well as any local building codes and regulations. The design professional can help you to determine the most appropriate timeline for your project based on your specific requirements and needs. Generally in city of LA plan check will take 3-4 weeks and small municipalities like West Hollywood, Beverly Hills and San Diego takes longer.
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